It's a smurfing great list!
posted at 3:50 pm
on May. 31, 2005
It's a smurfing great list!
posted at 3:50 pm
Sven Porst takes a few minutes out of his day to EXHAUSTIVELY point of Apple’s Source List inconsist
Good for him, though I have to say that sometimes you want to try several different strategies at once to see which one users like best.
posted at 2:49 am
Thanks for dropping by, all!
posted at 3:46 pm
The Tyee's one of my favorite online-only pubs.
posted at 3:37 pm
"Grind House," "Striptease" and "Punchline."
posted at 11:08 am
Quick number jolt: 240 dead contractors, 900+ wounded. They perform 30% of the military's Iraq functions. One agent can make up to $250,000 per year. Private military firms in 50 countries now rake in $100 billion a year.
posted at 3:25 am
Oh yeah, baby.
posted at 1:58 pm
The answers to this and other questions, like is a child born outside the US to American parents legally eligible to become President, are found here.
posted at 6:29 pm
posted at 1:27 am
They've had some interesting ones, that's for sure.
posted at 6:09 pm
It's long, but great reading.
posted at 11:40 pm
“We treated him on the scene for minor breathing difficulties but he was fine and then we scooted ou
You've got to love a sarcastic paramedic.
posted at 12:06 pm
BTW, Has anyone else noticed the New York Times has changed their page titles? It's a welcome improvement.
posted at 6:26 pm
I can assure you I'll be back to this page. Thanks, Social Design Notes.
posted at 2:14 pm
It 's well thought and well written -- but premature. I think that blogging has not even begun to inflect. This is more like the stutters and pops you get when you're starting a motor.
posted at 1:38 pm
It's becoming popular as an apartment pet, according to the New York Times. In the whole article, though, there's no mention anywhere about the number of these animals in New York, America, the world, etc. make me wonder (Thanks J.D.!)
posted at 4:00 am
TIME Magazine tells us that it’s “flight, flight or freeze,” and that our own instincts might in fac
I really wonder how I'd react. Pretty well, I think -- not 'cause I have better instincts, but just because I've had a damn lot of training and experience in dangerous situations. Like polar bear attacks and earthquakes.
posted at 3:18 am
I actually have pictures of the line forming at Ziegfeld's on May 10, which I will eventually post to Flickr just after it's too late and nobody cares anymore.
posted at 3:03 am
Picture a single proton with as much energy as the equvalent mass of an average-sized bacterium at rest. (Thanks, holycola.net)
posted at 1:40 am
Go ahead, send me one -- it'll make you hip!
posted at 2:32 pm
Does anyone actually READ these damn laws? I mean, it's not like it's THEIR JOB or anything. Sheesh.
posted at 5:20 pm
I will be using this for a client.
posted at 12:09 am
The BBC said it, so it must be true.
posted at 11:22 pm
Sometimes, you don't even KNOW you're in the program, that's how secret it is
posted at 6:38 pm
I bet "QSR Online" will be seeing a rather huge traffic spike for this story. BTW, sorry, Canadians...
posted at 3:54 pm
From my perspective it got clearly worse from 2000 to 2004, with 2001 being slightly better, to the point where the daily drive was a crushing burden to some of my commuting friends.
posted at 2:08 am
You have to laugh, because it's otherwise so disturbing -- and perilously close to reality for any clutter-collecting person.
posted at 12:08 am
Fascinating set of articles about Dick Dasen, a well-respected man who also fueled the meth trade in
From the articles: "Dick Dasen was a successful entrepreneur and investor, an observant Christian, and a generous supporter of local charities. The story of his secret life seemed too extreme to be true."
posted at 4:49 pm
But still loved her.
posted at 6:57 pm
They're not so interesting, I just like the name of the association.
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Yeah, ignore that last link -- this is the better way to do it.
posted at 1:27 pm
Why doesn't the eject key do this already? sigh.
posted at 1:23 pm
And studios wonder why people "steal" MP3s
posted at 11:42 pm
That's my way of wishing it to you.
posted at 12:20 pm
I was always bummed I couldn't properly entice him to write for Variety.
posted at 9:22 am
Or perhaps she's a spastic, dyslexic and perhaps moderately insane typer.
posted at 2:02 pm
Laurie Rosenwald spoke at GEL and showed this art she did -- I like it.
posted at 11:59 pm
Still, it's funny.
posted at 6:24 pm
I'm using this for a client.
posted at 11:41 am
I knew a bunch of these, but was surprised by a few.
posted at 9:52 pm
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